Pink T-shirts / Uniforms
William Myers (gwmyers@UXA.ECN.BGU.EDU)
Mon, 17 Oct 1994 10:13:30 -0500
> I'm afraid that some folks forget that uniforming was designed for the
> positive effect it could have with the youth members and instead try to
> gratify their own egos. In such cases, maybe we should let them wear neon
> pink T-shirts and tennis shoes so that they can really stand out in a
> crowd. Grin.
> Yours in Scouting, Michael F. Bowman, a/k/a Professor Beaver
> Deputy District Commissioner Exploring, GW Dist., NCAC, BSA
> Speaking only for myself, but with Scouting Spirit . . .
> ____ mfbowman@CAP.GWU.EDU ____
The contingent I took to Philmont in '91 voted for Neon Pink
T-Shirts as their uniform. My first reaction was "Yeah-Right" but I
actually found a local printer willing to make me some. They came out
fabulous. It was one of the hottest trading items in base camp that week.
And I never had ANY problems locating my crew members ANYWHERE!
A neon boy scout is definitely noticable on the side of a mountain.
I'd recommend the color scheme to any leader!
Bill Myers, Advisor Post 2193
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City